We all have metaphorical walls in our lives but who’s brick wall is it really? These courses teach how we are influenced & how we impact on other people, beyond an INLPTA certified NLP qualification.
In understanding how our values develop, we can empower & achieve better things. Knowing what guides how we think & feel gives us better choices in how we react & communicate. We become better able to get the results we want. Who wouldn’t want more of that? Just think about the last time you were influenced with the feeling of scarcity, or an authority figure, or a feeling that you had a commitment somehow? Wouldn’t it be good to know more?
As you probably know, our world is changing. Anxiety & depression are on the rise… We buy gifts to show our love but the materials used in our system kill our environment – that is the influence of our economy. Also Politics can be linked to War, but what are we fighting for? We are all just people. Everyone involved in every aspect of this is a person just like you.
These courses are about having an awareness to be able to achieve more & have more control. People will make a difference to others they don’t even know… It works like a telephone tree, or ever decreasing circles, or something like that. Learning how you are impacted on & how you effect others will change the world, not just your world…
Positive thinking taboo? Click here for more... Don't you just love a vague statement that is easy to relate to? No? Is it irritating because it misses out so much? This person has been feeling awful but then they decided, "actually I'm just gonna feel great, you should all do that" - But it doesn't really get you there & actually only feels good if you ARE there, doesn't it? Plus if you don't know how you got there, there's a chance you could find yourself there again & then seem the irritating 'positive thinker' without substance?
Toxic People or True love? Click here for more... There seems to be lots of talk about toxic people, 'psychopath' gets lumped in with selfish, narcissistic behaviour & we're told people are out there to mess with us. The test of character is to put others before you - to prove your innocence! Sadly this perpetuates because when unconditional love gives merit to your integrity it influences you & can prevent you feeling self worth. Maybe for love to be true it must come without a sacrifice? 'Sacrifice' comes from two Latin roots: sacer, means 'sacred', & facere, means 'to make' or 'to do'. So sacrifice means, 'to make sacred' yet it seems to mean to go without, or endure pain or whatever...
"You think too much" & other judgements that expose human nature? Click here for more... A lot of the time when we are trying to help each other, the stuff that comes out of our mouths doesn't help the other person because (surprise, surprise) we think from our own point of view... If we thought of it from their point of view we would realise saying something like this has to be able to be taken as a joke - or it's like a slap in the face.